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8/16/2014

Loser Day parade for 69th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II

I love how Japan’s loony right-wing celebrates Loser Day (Surrender of Japan) with a giant cosplay parade.

Right-wing cosplayers visit Tokyo’s controversial Yasukuni shrine to commemorate Japan’s surrender in World War II on August 15, 2014 on the 69th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II.

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Posted by Taro in General, Politics | 6 Comments »


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6 Responses to “Loser Day parade for 69th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II”

  1. KarinGalella Says:

    The parade is for…
    To all that served & died for the country, thank you.

  2. Taro Says:

    I still having a good chuckle at the Getty Images news site showing photos of the Comiket 83 cosplayers on the same page and day as the parade at Yasukuni war criminal shrine.
    cosplay-vs-cosplaygettyimages.com

  3. Coligny Says:

    Japan is the posterchild for the saying:
    If you can’t do something properly, learn to enjoy doing it poorly.”

  4. @InkTanked Says:

    Today is sad, sad, day…
    …Japan goes on a war footing for the first time in 69 years!

    japanese-war-fighters

  5. Taro Says:

    Here’s a Comiket 83 cosplayer who looks like he belongs at the Yasukuni war criminal shrine.

  6. ishiitakaaki Says:

    crazy-cosplay
    embiggen

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